RGS-IBG 2014 CfP – Learning from Small Cities: New Urban Frontiers in the Global South

the city inside out

At the start of a new year, I am very pleased to announce a CfP to a paper session I am organizing with Prof Abdul Shaban in the 2014 Royal Geographical Society (RGS-IBG) annual meeting. Our paper session is titled ‘Learning from Small Cities: New urban Frontiers in the Global South‘. I am very pleased to announce that this is being multiple-sponsored by DARG (Developing Areas Research Group), UGRG (Urban Geography Research Group) and GJRG (Geographies of Justice Research Group) of the RGS-IBG. The 2014 RGS-IBG meeting is themed around the ‘Geographies of Co-production’, which I believe is important and timely.  In recent years we have seen new and different ways that the academic, non-academic and student community are collaborating to co-produce knowledge. We believe that this co-production is appropriate and crucial to understanding ways of dwelling and responding to contemporary world challenges characterized by increased uncertainty and…

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